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Fig. 9 | Energy Informatics

Fig. 9

From: Towards domain-specific surrogate models for smart grid co-simulation

Fig. 9

Histogram with 200 bins showing the distribution of one household’s load over one year. Like the other households in the dataset, this household has a low mean value (0.38 kW) and a high maximum value (22.92 kW). Every value above 2 or 3 kW can be considered as peak load event. Using a normal or even uniform distribution increases the likelihood of peak loads in any household. This also increases the probability of peak loads occurring in many households at the same time. The result would be an overload of the grid

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